Sermons, Articles and News from Redemption Hill Church in Lawrence, KS

The Song of the Redeemed


Speaker: JD Summers | Date: November 29, 2020 | Text: Exodus 15:1-29

Sermon Summary

Exodus 15 shows us how to respond to God's work: with thanksgiving. We should also follow their example of seeing God's work, fearing him, and believing in him. The same God who worked in the history of Israel works today in our lives, and we must join with Israel in remembering what God has done and recognizing who he is. Then we should look forward to what God will do, overcoming our greatest enemy and keeping his final promises of salvation. Thanks be to God!

Crossing the Sea


Speaker: JD Summers | Date: November 23, 2020 | Text: Exodus 13:17-14:21

Sermon Summary

The Exodus was the greatest salvation event in the history of Israel. God displayed his power, his faithfulness, and the importance of his presence with his people. God shows himself mighty in working salvation, and invites us to respond to him, nay, demands that we respond to him. We, like the Israelites before the crossing of the Red Sea, are prone to fear and unbelief. But we must embrace our sovereign, saving God with faith and trust that he will keep his promises to us.

Critical Race Theory and Christianity


Speaker: JD Summers | Date: November 17, 2020 | Text: misc


Pastor JD Summers was invited to give a talk on Critical Race Theory at a meeting of local ministries in Lawrence, KS. This talk gives a brief history and definition of CRT and then analyses the question of whether or not CRT is compatible with Christianity. The last portion of the audio includes questions and answers with the audience. 

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